King's X Dogman
Q: 3 Stars - Good - "...boasts a finely-tuned musical understanding and enough psychedelic sideswipes to impress..."
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- Released: January 25, 1994
- Originally Released: 1994
- Label: Atlantic
Q - 2/94, p.933 Stars - Good - "...boasts a finely-tuned musical understanding and enough psychedelic sideswipes to impress..."
- 4.Flies and Blue Skies
- 5.Black the Sky
- 6.Fool You
- 7.Don't Care
- 8.Sunshine Rain
- 10.Human Behavior
- 12.Go to Hell
- 14.Manic Depression
King's X: Ty Tabor (vocals, guitar); Doug Pinnick (vocals, bass); Jerry Gaskill (drums, background vocals).
Additional personnel: Brendan O'Brien (keyboards, percussion).
Recorded at Southern Tracks, Atlanta, Georgia.
Personnel: Ty Tabor (vocals, guitar); Jerry Gaskill (vocals, drums); Doug Pinnick (vocals); Brendan O'Brien (keyboards, percussion).
Audio Mixers: Nick DiDia; Brendan O'Brien .
Recording information: Southern Tracks, Atlanta, GA.
Photographer: Catherine Wessel.
After the disappointment of their unfocused 1992 self-titled release, King's X unleashed their heaviest release yet two years later. DOGMAN sounded as if the trio had been reborn--they hadn't rocked this convincingly since the dawn of the '90s. Produced by Brendan "Pearl Jam" O'Brien, DOGMAN benefits from straight ahead sound and more focused songwriting (especially when compared to its predessor). The biting title track remains one of the band's best and hardest-hitting rockers, while other standouts include "Shoes," "Fool You," "Complain," and the more low-key "Cigarettes." Unquestionably, DOGMAN is a quintessential King's X release.